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The National Fire Protection Association is an international organization that publishes standards related to fire safety as well as rescue services provided by emergency services. They publish a standard, NFPA 1710, which outlines emergency response time goals. Unfortunately, the only places I can find the actual standard requires membership in the NFPA to ...


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No. The requirement for air passengers to undergo a security inspection is imposed at 49 CFR 1540.107(a). This imposes the security screening as a condition of entering the sterile area of the airport and of boarding an aircraft: (a) No individual may enter a sterile area or board an aircraft without submitting to the screening and inspection of his or ...


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A multi-lane road that is posted at 30 MPH, and people regularly go 60-70 miles per hour? Are there many accidents? If not, I would argue that everyone is wasting twice as much time on that stretch of road than they should, and perhaps the police tacitly agree. Police officers don't like to enforce laws that don't negatively affect public good (such as ...


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I see that this question has been migrated from Politics.SE, but I'd argue that's the better forum for this question. We're talking about finding a way to enforce the law, but the options available to you are pretty solidly in the political category. What you're doing is probably the best way to go. The state government is unlikely to do much, so stay on ...


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Become a police officer Law enforcement has wide discretion about which laws they enforce and which they let slide. This can be done institutionally, with police departments choosing to make this month "crackdown on X month", and individually. So long as this is not done in a way that unlawfully discriminates this is what the law expects of the enforcement ...


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It will very much depend on what you modify. If you only drive on your own land, that's mostly fine (possibly not fine if your own land is a road accessible to the public). What will cause you problems: The manufacturer has a general permission to distribute car models with certain characteristics in your country. There's trouble if your modification ...


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Not unless a company was found to have monopoly power one market and was then found to be using the monopoly in the first market to unfairly monopolize a second market. This is called “tying”, from Wikipedia- “ Some kinds of tying, especially by contract, have historically been regarded as anti-competitive practices. The basic idea is that consumers are ...


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disclaimer: As stated in your question it's very hard to find information about the law on this topic because there's a lot of contradictory sources, so this answer will rely on company policy. I did do a couple of searches for Singapore Statutes and was unable to find any laws about eating or drinking on a bus. The SBS states(section 4, subsection 4.10): ...


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